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Historic Home in Brecon

Brecon Villa

Advert ID No:  346
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Sleeps:  10      No of Bedrooms:  5     
Weekly Price (low Season):  £1,214.37     (High Season):  £1,564.57

Brecon Villa is an elegant Edwardian Villa now available as a self-catered holiday let. With five bedrooms and four bathrooms, it comfortably sleeps 10 and is perfect for groups and families, the rental is ideally located close to the town of Brecon. At Brecon Villa, you can relax in front of the log fire in the sitting room or in the sunny conservatory. There is a large,...

 

Brecon Tourist Information

Brecon is a traditional market town nestled on the banks of the River Usk just inside the Northern edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, and positioned about seventeen miles South of Builth Wells.

Brecon is the third largest town in Powys, here you will find inside its beautifully architectured buildings a fine selection of unique independent shops coupled with national high street named retailers. The town, with its narrow streets and passageways, certainly offers a truly unique shopping experience it's also blessed with a range of eating establishments serving a variety of cuisines.

The Brecon Basin is the start (or end) of the 35-mile long Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal, this beautiful stretch of waterway meanders its way through the picturesque countryside and the Brecon Beacons National Park to the Pontymoile Basin in Torfaen. The canal is ideal for a leisurely stroll along its towpath or fishing for trout, carp, dace and perch. To really absorb the beauty and wildlife found along this canal Dragon Fly Cruises takes its passengers on an unhurried two and a half hour boat cruise with commentary, or if you prefer to explore the canal at your own pace Beacon Park Day Boats hire out electric day boats.

As the town of Brecon lies on the banks of the River Usk and at the foothills of the Brecon Beacons its offers visiting tourists plenty of things to do in the great outdoors, as well as many visitor attractions. The River Usk offers anglers some excellent salmon fishing, whilst Llangorse Multi Activity Centre provide a host of all-weather activities for the whole family. There are oodles of trails over a variety of terrains that are perfect for mountain biking and walking.

Cradoc Golf Club is located less than three miles from the town centre, it has an 18-hole parkland course with mature tree-lined fairways and true greens, combined with stunning views over the Brecon Beacons. Closer to the town lies Brecon Golf Club, a predominantly flat and easy walking 9-hole parkland course that's ideal for beginners and the more experienced golfer.

Brecon is home to the South Wales Borderers Museum, it houses lots of rare and interesting artefacts of historical significance that depict various regiments over the years, in addition, there's a room dedicated to the Zulu War campaign of 1879, which is now the main focal point of this fascinating museum.

The Grade II* listed Brecknock Shire Hall and Assize Court buildings are home to Brecknock Museum & Art Gallery, it displays an interesting range of local artifacts including archaeological material, natural history specimens, geological collections as well as a large collection of historic and modern art.

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Below our Quick Search facility you can browse our holiday homes and cottages in Brecon by type, for instance, if you want to take your dog on holiday with you check out our dog-friendly holiday homes in Brecon, or if you're planning a family holiday you may need to find a child-friendly holiday home in Brecon.

In need of a mid-week getaway or few days away at the weekend? If so, let's see if we can help you can find a self-catering holiday rental property for a well-deserved short break in Brecon.

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Brecon Villa

Historic Home in Brecon (14 Photos)
Brecon Villa

No Reviews

Sleeps: 10
Bedrooms: 5
Low Season: £1,214.37
High Season: £1,564.57

Brecon tourist information

Brecon is a traditional market town nestled on the banks of the River Usk just inside the Northern edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, and positioned about seventeen miles South of Builth Wells.

Brecon is the third largest town in Powys, here you will find inside its beautifully architectured buildings a fine selection of unique independent shops coupled with national high street named retailers. The town, with its narrow streets and passageways, certainly offers a truly unique shopping experience it's also blessed with a range of eating establishments serving a variety of cuisines.

The Brecon Basin is the start (or end) of the 35-mile long Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal, this beautiful stretch of waterway meanders its way through the picturesque countryside and the Brecon Beacons National Park to the Pontymoile Basin in Torfaen. The canal is ideal for a leisurely stroll along its towpath or fishing for trout, carp, dace and perch. To really absorb the beauty and wildlife found along this canal Dragon Fly Cruises takes its passengers on an unhurried two and a half hour boat cruise with commentary, or if you prefer to explore the canal at your own pace Beacon Park Day Boats hire out electric day boats.

As the town of Brecon lies on the banks of the River Usk and at the foothills of the Brecon Beacons its offers visiting tourists plenty of things to do in the great outdoors, as well as many visitor attractions. The River Usk offers anglers some excellent salmon fishing, whilst Llangorse Multi Activity Centre provide a host of all-weather activities for the whole family. There are oodles of trails over a variety of terrains that are perfect for mountain biking and walking.

Cradoc Golf Club is located less than three miles from the town centre, it has an 18-hole parkland course with mature tree-lined fairways and true greens, combined with stunning views over the Brecon Beacons. Closer to the town lies Brecon Golf Club, a predominantly flat and easy walking 9-hole parkland course that's ideal for beginners and the more experienced golfer.

Brecon is home to the South Wales Borderers Museum, it houses lots of rare and interesting artefacts of historical significance that depict various regiments over the years, in addition, there's a room dedicated to the Zulu War campaign of 1879, which is now the main focal point of this fascinating museum.

The Grade II* listed Brecknock Shire Hall and Assize Court buildings are home to Brecknock Museum & Art Gallery, it displays an interesting range of local artifacts including archaeological material, natural history specimens, geological collections as well as a large collection of historic and modern art.

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Your Search For a Holiday Home in Brecon

We currently have 1 holiday home to rent in Brecon at the moment and we really hope it meets your holiday rental needs, but if it isn't quite what you're looking for try expanding your search a little deeper into Powys in Mid Wales. Below you can browse our holiday homes and cottages in Brecon by type, for instance, if you want to take your dog on holiday with you check out our dog-friendly holiday homes in Brecon, or if you're planning a family holiday you may need to find a child-friendly holiday home in Brecon.

In need of a mid-week getaway or few days away at the weekend? If so, let's see if we can help you can find a self-catering holiday rental property for a well-deserved short break in Brecon.

 

 

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